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2016-04-27
WIP Standard
AMS3352C
This specification covers a fiberglass reinforced silicone rubber in the form of sheet, strip, and molded parts.
2016-04-25
WIP Standard
AMS3644H
This specification covers a polyimide plastic in the form of isostatically molded rod, bar, and tube, unidirectionally molded plaque, and direct formed parts.
2016-04-05
Technical Paper
2016-01-0525
Sameer Srivastava, Sandeep Raina, Kapil Kumar Pandey, Arnab Sandilya, Shankar Bose, Kumar Vivek
Abstract The aim of the research was to explore and establish aspects that affect ageing of non-woven fabrics used in automobiles. One of the most vulnerable parts in a vehicle, at the behest of the customer, is the Floor Carpet. Original Equipment manufacturers are continually binging at doable options for providing low cost carpets that are functionally and aesthetically durable throughout the vehicle life. [1] Car interiors, especially carpet, must remain in impeccable condition to uphold a good resale value. Targeting the analysis of causes that affect ageing of non-woven fabric material will form the core study of the literature to follow. The establishment of which shall ascertain some viable solutions to augment quality of the contemporary non-woven automotive carpet.
2016-04-05
Journal Article
2016-01-0498
Yang Li, Qiangsheng Zhao, Mansour Mirdamadi, Danielle Zeng, Xuming Su
Abstract Woven fabric carbon fiber/epoxy composites made through compression molding are one of the promising choices of material for the vehicle light-weighting strategy. Previous studies have shown that the processing conditions can have substantial influence on the performance of this type of the material. Therefore the optimization of the compression molding process is of great importance to the manufacturing practice. An efficient way to achieve the optimized design of this process would be through conducting finite element (FE) simulations of compression molding for woven fabric carbon fiber/epoxy composites. However, performing such simulation remains a challenging task for FE as multiple types of physics are involved during the compression molding process, including the epoxy resin curing and the complex mechanical behavior of woven fabric structure.
2016-03-29
WIP Standard
J913
This SAE Standard is applicable for determining the wicking characteristics of seat fabrics, convertible tops, headlining, fiber padding, and other automotive textile materials.
2016-03-28
WIP Standard
J855
This method of test applies to the measurement of elastic and recovery properties of materials after being subjected to a low-static load.
2016-03-16
WIP Standard
J948
These methods of test are applicable for determining the resistance to snagging and abrasion of automotive bodycloth, vinyl and leather.
2016-02-25
WIP Standard
AIR6902
This guidebook will assist in the design and integration of composite commercial aircraft structures that exhibit improved durability, maintainability and repairability. For international use by composite aircraft component designers, this book identifies problems that have occurred with various composite components and provides potential problem-solving recommendations. Written primarily for composite design engineers, Design of Durable, Repairable, and Maintainable Aircraft Composites should also prove valuable to those in structural engineering, materials and processing, product support, advanced product development, systems engineering, technical services, and maintenance operations.
2016-01-11
Standard
AMS3799C
This specification covers a low-modulus aramid in the form of tubular webbing.
2015-12-02
Standard
AMS3961/1
The intent of this specification is for the procurement of the material listed on the QPL and, therefore, no qualification or equivalency threshold values are provided. Users that intend to conduct a new material qualification or equivalency program shall refer to the Quality Assurance section of the base specification, AMS3961. All material qualification and equivalency data has been archived and is available for review upon request. Contact the CMH-17 Secretariat (www.cmh17.org) for additional information.
2015-12-02
Standard
AMS3961
The intent of this specification is for the procurement of the material listed on the QPL and, therefore, no qualification or equivalency threshold values are provided. Users that intend to conduct a new material qualification or equivalency program shall refer to the Quality Assurance section of this base specification, AMS3961. All material qualification and equivalency data has been archived and is available for review upon request. Contact the CMH-17 Secretariat (www.cmh17.org) for additional information.
2015-12-02
Standard
AMS3961/3
The intent of this specification is for the procurement of the material listed on the QPL and, therefore, no qualification or equivalency threshold values are provided. Users that intend to conduct a new material qualification or equivalency program shall refer to the Quality Assurance section of the base specification, AMS3961. All material qualification and equivalency data has been archived and is available for review upon request. Contact the CMH-17 Secretariat (www.cmh17.org) for additional information.
2015-12-02
Standard
AMS3961/2
The intent of this specification is for the procurement of the material listed on the QPL and, therefore, no qualification or equivalency threshold values are provided. Users that intend to conduct a new material qualification or equivalency program shall refer to the Quality Assurance section of the base specification, AMS3961. All material qualification and equivalency data has been archived and is available for review upon request. Contact the CMH-17 Secretariat (www.cmh17.org) for additional information.
2015-09-22
Technical Paper
2015-36-0333
Carlo Vezzá, Eider Moraes, Fernando Ooki
Abstract The acoustic comfort inside the vehicle justifies important attention during its development phase, because customers desire a quiet interior to have a more relaxing environment, easier to have conversations and to listen to the radio. Generally, acoustic insulators are distributed on vehicle body to minimize the portion of noise that enters the vehicle and, in the interior, absorber components are used to reduce the cabin noise reverberation. Internal noise absorption is mainly performed by headliners, carpets and seats. In order to contribute to the sound absorption inside the vehicle made through the seats and to propose a foam and fabric configuration that demonstrates the best acoustic performance, this work aims to compare combinations of three different foam densities with eight different fabrics using the Kundt´s tube.
2015-09-03
Standard
AMS3914A
This specification establishes the requirements for a nominal 250 °F cure epoxy preimpregnated carbon fiber plain weave fabric product. The prepreg is a plain weave fabric with 12K tows, a nominal fiber areal weight of 193 gsm, and nominal resin content of 42%.
2015-08-10
Standard
AMS3915A
This specification establishes the requirements for a nominal 250 °F cure epoxy preimpregnated 7781 glass fabric. The prepreg has a nominal fiber areal weight of 294 gsm, and nominal resin content of 38%.
2015-07-06
Standard
AMS3833B
This specification covers a polyester and cotton blended broadcloth, chemically treated with a durable press finish and cured.
2015-07-06
Standard
AMS3821C
This specification covers a style 7781 glass cloth impregnated with a heat-curable epoxy resin system, the resin being processd to a "B" stage condition, and furnished in the form of continous rolls.
2015-07-06
Standard
AMS3823E
This specification has been declared NONCURRENT by the Aerospace Materials Division, SAE, as of April 1994. It is recommended, therefore, that this specification not be specified for new designs. This specification covers one type of woven glass cloth treated with a chrome-silane finish.
2015-05-13
Standard
AMS3529B
This specification covers an unpigmented grade of vinyl plastic, unfilled and not containing plasticizer, in the form of sheet and film.
2015-05-13
Standard
AMS3679C
This specification covers alumina-silica, glass, and other ceramic fiber thermal insulation in the form of felt and fabric flat sheets, rolls, or molded non-pliable blocks. Nominal thickness is 0.1 to 2.0 inches (3 to 51 mm) and nominal density is 2 to 24 pounds mass per cubic foot (32 to 384 kg/m 3 ).
2015-05-13
Standard
AMS3680D
This specification covers a silica fiber insulation in the form of felted pads, flat or in rolls, as ordered.
2015-05-13
Standard
AMS3676D
This specification covers resin-bonded glass fibers in the form of felted pads, flat or in rolls.
2015-04-15
Standard
AMS3778/3B
This specification covers one type of nylon webbing.
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